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Hristo Bojinov (

I am a researcher, engineer, entrepreneur, and high-tech executive. Lately my work has focused on mobile technology, but generally I have deep experience in enterprise software and computer security as well as broad interests and skills.

Employment Highlights

2014- Chief Technology Officer at Innit. In charge of technology R&D at the intersection of the food and digital domains.

2013-2015 Chief Executive Officer at Anfacto. Android OS customization business (with consulting and product development arms). Multi-million dollar P&L responsibility.

2010-2013 Chief Security Officer at 3LM. (acquired by MMI) Security and scalability of 3LM technology. Mobile platform development, cloud and enterprise server software.

2009-2010 Google Android, and Facebook Site Integrity. Research on OS security and storage encryption. Automated analysis of massive amounts of user activity data. Real-time IP address intelligence.

2002-2008 Decru Inc. (acquired by NTAP) Member of the founding engineering team. Developed key NAS product technologies. Managed NAS product team through several major releases. Supported early adopters. Architected and lead development of the KM500 key management appliance.

2000-2002 Oracle Inc. Built highly scalable application servers for wireless mobile clients.

1997-1999 Xerox PARC, and SGI. Projects ranging from message routing in the Origin 2000 NUMA system, to automated Verilog verification, to modular reconfigurable robots.


Stanford University, PhD in Computer Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, BSc in Computer Science

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